Bachelor's Degree in Statistics in South Korea

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A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

At its core, statistics is the study of data. Statisticians collect, analyze, interpret, and present data in ways that are useful for understanding what correlations or trends may exist in the social and natural worlds.

The institutions of higher education included regular four-year colleges and universities. Education is taken very seriously in South Korea, and the country is home to several world class universities, many of which have exchange agreements with various foreign universities, and are a good way for foreigners to experience life in the country.

Top Bachelor Programs in Statistics in South Korea 2018

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Bachelor in Applied Mathematics & Statistics

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2018 South Korea Incheon

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories. Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in: computational applied mathematics computational... [+]

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories.

Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in:

computational applied mathematics computational biology operations research/quantitative finance statistics

It awards about 20 Ph.D.’s and 55 M.S.’s a year.

The department also has an extremely successful undergraduate major, graduating about 110 B.S.’s a year, close to 5% of all Stony Brook B.S.’s. For decades, Stony Brook has graduated a higher percentage of Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics—mostly in Applied Math-- than any other U.S. public university. ... [-]